The Coolest Way to Incorporate the ’70s into Your Apartment

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The Coolest Way to Incorporate the ’70s into Your Apartment
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With ‘70s-inspired home decor on the rise, it’s no surprise that textural wall hangings reminiscent of that era are making a comeback.

But today’s textile and fiber artists aren’t simply making throwback renditions; they’re giving new life to the medium with modern designs that incorporate unexpected color combinations, edgy patterns, and dramatic textural elements.

Click through to see our 10 favorite modern-day takes on this boho trend, including handwoven tapestries, intricately knotted macramé, and even dreamcatcher-esque, feather-embellished styles. You might just reconsider those gallery-style frames.

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Woven Laine Night Traveler Wall Hanging, $140; at Woven Laine

Photo: Woven Laine

Minna Himara Wall Hanging, $350; at Need Supply

Photo: Need Supply

Elkeland Wall Hanging, $140; at Nannie Inez

Photo: Nannie Inez

Kirsten Leigh Baker Silver Pheasant on Lucite Wall Hanging, $550; at Kristen Leigh Baker

Photo: Kristen Leigh Baker

Ninelles Yarn Tapestry, $98; at Etsy

Photo: Etsy

Cold Picnic Hallsands Wall Hanging, $425; at Cold Picnic

Photo: Cold Picnic

Jeannie Helzer Custom Wall Hanging, $229; at Jeannie Helzer

Photo: Jeannie Helzer

Recycled Lovers Wall Hanging 21, $40; at Recycled Lovers

Photo: Recycled Lovers

Fayce Wall Relic No. 21 Wall Hanging, $400; at Fayce

Photo: Fayce

Native Line Silver Gold Grid Wall Hanging, $550; at Native Line

Photo: Native Line

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